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  • George Soros Says Trump Will Fail And Market's Dream Will End

    George Soros Says Trump Will Fail And Market's Dream Will End

    Stocks in the United States surged after Trump's Nov. 8 election victory. Trump takes office on Friday.

  • Berkshire Takes Bigger Bite Of Apple, Pares Wal-Mart

    Berkshire Takes Bigger Bite Of Apple, Pares Wal-Mart

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc on Monday said it has increased its stake in Apple Inc by 55 per cent, boosting its bet on the iPhone and iPod maker even as prominent investors like George Soros and Carl Icahn shed theirs.

  • No Panic On Dalal Street Yet, But Vote For Brexit Could Trigger Crash

    No Panic On Dalal Street Yet, But Vote For Brexit Could Trigger Crash

    Friday could be a big day for investors, and no matter what analysts say, they should be prepared for huge volatility at the start of trade ahead of Brexit verdict on Friday.

  • London Markets Are Bracing For Brexit-Fueled Trading Bonanza

    London Markets Are Bracing For Brexit-Fueled Trading Bonanza

    Markets in London are bracing for what could be a wild ride in everything from foreign-exchange to stock trading as Britin votes on European Union membership.

  • Brexit: George Soros Expects 'In' Support To Rise Ahead Of UK Referendum

    Brexit: George Soros Expects 'In' Support To Rise Ahead Of UK Referendum

    Billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros said he was confident that support for Britain to remain in the European Union would rise ahead of the June 23 vote, the Wall Street Journal reported.

  • Domestic Institutions Need to Be Strong: Jaitley

    Domestic Institutions Need to Be Strong: Jaitley

    With China growth concerns spooking world financial markets, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said domestic institutions needed to be strong and resilient to withstand global headwinds.

  • Here Are the World's Top Philanthropists: Where They Give

    Here Are the World's Top Philanthropists: Where They Give

    Education is the most popular cause among the top philanthropists in the world, according to a study by wealth consultancy Wealth-X and Business Insider. Eighteen out of world's top 20 top philanthropists focused on educational initiatives in their giving, whether operating through their foundations or direct donations, says the study.

  • Struggling Manchester United faces doubters in the market

    Struggling Manchester United faces doubters in the market

    Manchester United's journey since its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange in August 2012 has been a tale of two teams.

  • The Gates lead Forbes' list of top US philanthropists

    The Gates lead Forbes' list of top US philanthropists

    Microsoft chairman Bill Gates and his wife Melinda have topped Forbes' list of America's top 50 philanthropists who have given away the most money in 2012. The billionaire couple donated about $2 billion towards charitable causes last year.

  • Hedge funds warm to Apple; Omega re-enters, Soros buys more

    Hedge funds warm to Apple; Omega re-enters, Soros buys more

    After Apple was dumped left and right starting in late 2012, noted stock picker Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors re-entered Apple shares in the second quarter, while George Soros's Soros Fund Management LLC increased its stake and Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn held on to his 2.4 million shares, according to quarter regulatory filings on Wednes...

  • Bharti consortium in final stage of Myanmar telecom licence race: report

    Bharti consortium in final stage of Myanmar telecom licence race: report

    A consortium of India's Bharti Airtel Ltd has qualified to enter the final stage of a telecommunications licensing process in Myanmar, a company source said on Thursday, pitting it against some of the world's leading carriers to secure a permit in one of the last major untapped markets.

  • Gold drops to lowest in six weeks as Soros, Bacon cut holdings

    Gold drops to lowest in six weeks as Soros, Bacon cut holdings

    Gold today fell to the lowest level since January 4 and was set for the biggest weekly loss this year after the filings showed investors George Soros and Louis Moore Bacon cut stakes in exchange-traded products in the last quarter.

  • A chance to rub shoulders with business and politics elite

    A chance to rub shoulders with business and politics elite

    Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and the president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, are being credited rather than pilloried these days for saving the euro from disaster. Together with Prime Minister Mario Monti of Italy and the International Monetary Funds managing director, Christine Lagarde, they will be among the keynote speakers ...

  • Germany must either act to solve euro crisis or quit the union: Soros

    Germany must either act to solve euro crisis or quit the union: Soros

    There is a real danger that the "nightmare" euro crisis could destroy the European Union and Germany should either step up to fix it or step out of the currency union altogether, fund manager George Soros said on Monday.

  • Billionaire George Soros reveals stake in Manchester United

    Billionaire George Soros reveals stake in Manchester United

    Soros owns 7.85 percent of Manchester United's Class A shares, or about 1.9 percent of the entire club.

  • Billionaire George Soros getting married for the third time

    Billionaire George Soros getting married for the third time

    Soros proposed to Bolton, 40, a few weeks ago during a weekend visit to the Hamptons.

  • George Soros on Euro crisis: German empire in the making?

    George Soros on Euro crisis: German empire in the making?

    Renowned investor George Soros says that Germany is likely to do what is necessary to preserve the euro – but nothing more. That would result in a eurozone dominated by Germany.

  • US hedge funds find ways to trade euro misery

    US hedge funds find ways to trade euro misery

    There are a multitude of strategies to play Europe's troubles, and many different participants, according to U.S. hedge fund managers.